DEV Community

loading...
Cover image for One shortcut to rule them all

One shortcut to rule them all

stereobooster
Hello, I'm a full stack web developer. Follow me on Twitter!
Originally published at stereobooster.com on ・1 min read

or an ode to command palette.

Many editors adopted this idea after Sublime - when you type Command+Shift+P (Mac OS)or Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows, Linux) it will open command palette, where you can easily find all actions (with or without shortcuts). This is very powerful idea - you don't need to remember all shortcuts, you can simply find one. And eventually you will memorize most used ones.

Support across IDEs (or text-editors if you like):

Discussion (1)

Collapse
janmpeterka profile image
Jan Peterka (he/him)

Yeah, I got really used to Ctrl+Shift+P from Sublime (now using both Sublime Text and Sublime Merge, both amazing products), I have the same shortcut in the Vivaldi browser to access (mostly) everything.